As of April 1, 2020 we are looking for a Research Assistant (PreDoc, m/f/d) to strengthen our team at the Institute for Biomechanics initially limited to 3 years.
Collaboration in the research project “Population variability in orthopaedic bio-mechanics”. The aim is to develop and mechanically characterize materials that serve as synthetic bones for the development and validation of new implants. The methodological focus is on biomechanical testing, medical imaging and finite element analysis.
Preparation of and participation in scientific reports and publications
Presentation of research results at scientific events at home and abroad
Submission of research proposals, participation in externally funded projects
Cooperation in teaching and supervision of interns
A completed diploma or master’s degree in biomedical engineering, medical technology, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, technical physics, materials science or equivalent studies in Germany or abroad
Craftsmanship and pleasure in manual laboratory work
Basic experience in scientific work
Programming experience and affinity to statistical analysis methods
Strong communication skills and very good knowledge of German and English, both written and spoken
Reliability, an independent way of working and pleasure in participating in in-ter-disciplinary teams
A modern working environment with varied activities in a constantly growing clinic with excellent infrastructure and equipment
A comprehensive and structured induction training with regulated procedures
Further education and development opportunities (e.g. a doctorate at the PMU Salzburg)
Support of a work-life balance through flexible working hours and at least 30 days of vacation
Attractive remuneration according to TV-BG Kliniken as well as additional social benefits and employee benefits in the region
The inclusion of people with disabilities corresponds to our self-image and we therefore welcome your application.
Please send your application with a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae and certificates to the Institute of Biomechanics at the BG Unfallklinik Murnau, Prof.-Küntscher-Str. 8, 82418 Murnau or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or via our career portal (www.bgu-murnau.de). We are looking forward to meeting you!